Short course – Watch Essentials

Watch Essentials

The Watch Essentials course, offered in partnership with the FHH, provides a basic theoretical understanding of various themes; history of watchmaking, actors, trends and market, terminology and understanding of the mechanical movement, introduction to watchmaking complications and iconic watches.

 

Tutor: To be confirmed.

Topics include:

  • Introduction to the FHH, including mission and partner brands
  • Introduction and structure of the watch market
  • Discover the history and tradition of the watch
  • Look at the development of innovation and creativity of the measurement of time
  • Master the terminology to describe a watch
  • Learn how mechanical movement works
  • Discover complications
  • Develop knowledge in the visible elements of the watch
  • Gain knowledge in the different materials
  • Learn about finishes and decorations
  • Look at the goals and objectives of Swiss Made watches, along with precision and water-resistance.
  • Develop knowledge in iconic watches
  • Discover trends of the year
  • Exam on completion of the course

 

Who should take this course?

  • Working professionals in watch industry looking to gain knowledge and expertise
  • Current students enrolled in jewellery related courses
  • Individuals wishing to pursue a career in the watch industry  

Level: Beginners 

 

Entry requirementsNo prior knowledge and skills are necessary. The course is also suitable for those working within the watch industry who would like to develop their skills.

 

Course Dates: 11th to 12th March 2019

 

Duration: 2 days

 

Qualification: The FHH Watch Advisor Certificate.

Progression: On completion of the Watch Essentials course, you will have acquired the professional knowledge required to work within the watch industry. The British academy of Jewellery also offers a diverse range of specialist intensive courses to help individuals develop their jewellery knowledge and skillset in area such a CAD and gemstone studies. We also provide a Jewellery Diploma Programme, which will equip you with all the knowledge and skills you need to design, make and sell jewellery.

 

For more information and to register for the course, please contact zoe.wilkinson@baj.ac.uk

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